Tuesday, May 04, 2010

The Law of USB Inversion

The first attempt to plug any USB device into a port will result in a fumbled mismatch of the elements such as to lead the user to conclude he or she has attempted to insert the device upside down. This will result in the user turning the device over and attempting to insert it while it actually is upside down. Finally the user will conclude that he or she had the device aligned correctly in the first place and will flip it back over to its original orientation, at which point it will be successfully mated to the port.